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Declarative Parallel Programming in Spreadsheet End-User Development: A Literature Review

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Declarative Parallel Programming in Spreadsheet End-User Development : A Literature Review. / Biermann, Florian.

2016. 16 p. (ITU Technical Report Series; No. TR-2016-192).

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title = "Declarative Parallel Programming in Spreadsheet End-User Development: A Literature Review",
abstract = "Spreadsheets are first-order functional languages and are widely used in research and industry as a tool to conveniently perform all kinds of computations. Because cells on a spreadsheet are immutable, there are possibilities for implicit parallelization of spreadsheet computations. In this literature study, we provide an overview of the publications on spreadsheet end-user programming and declarative array programming to inform further research on parallel programming in spreadsheets. Our results show that there is a clear overlap between spreadsheet programming and array programming and we can directly apply results from functional array programming to a spreadsheet model of computations.",
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